Unexpectedly this wedding turned out to be one of my all time favorites...unexpectedly because anyone who knows me knows I'm not a huge pink fan. But sometimes I'm suprised once everything is assembled how much I love it pink as it may be :)
The bride Emily carried a large mounded bouquet composed of tons of pink garden roses, peach juliet David Austin variety garden roses were included to break up the color just a little bit. The centerpieces were all designed in birch bark vases half were bright green with pink accents and half blush pink with green accents all included maidenhair fern for a nod to woodsy whimsical.
The flower girl wore a crown made from myrtle and pink spray roses which was simple but elegant. Beautiful photography above by Chelsea Brown Photography The event took place at the Historic Earhart Manor on campus at Concordia University. Planning was perfectly exicuted by the talented Kaeli of Luna Soiree Events